About Me

I am a free-range (i.e., independent) scholar who works in the private technology industry as a Software Development Manager. I received my PhD in English from the University of Texas at Austin; my dissertation focused on cognitive literary theory and medieval English, French, and Latin literature. For almost six years, I worked as the Academic Technology Specialist for Stanford’s Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, where I was a member of the Stanford Libraries’ Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research. In that role, I collaborated with faculty on digital humanities and instructional technology projects. I also taught courses and workshops on literature and digital humanities and conceived and developed technology projects.

My main projects these days are the Modernist Archives Publishing Project, Lacuna, and the Stanford Global Shakespeare Encyclopedia, forthcoming as a digital publication from the Stanford University Press. I continue to publish research.